There’s some­thing for ev­ery­one

They’re all fan­tas­tic, and each one meets a dif­fer­ent spe­cial­ist pho­to­graphic need

NPhoto - - Test Team -

With far-reach­ing up­dates over both the D800 and D800e, the new D810 is a spec­tac­u­lar cam­era that, for our money, is the best ‘enthusiast’ D-SLR on the mar­ket to­day. The com­bi­na­tion of its new 36.3-megapixel im­age sen­sor, EXPEED 4 im­age pro­ces­sor and revamped aut­o­fo­cus mod­ule en­sure ex­cel­lent per­for­mance. Im­age qual­ity boasts lev­els of fine de­tail and tex­ture that you’d nor­mally as­so­ciate with medium-for­mat cam­eras. It’s su­perb for any pho­to­graphic tasks that re­quire the ul­ti­mate in re­solv­ing power. The down side is that, for travel, sports and other sce­nar­ios where you can end up with large num­bers of shots, the very large im­age and data sizes can make for slow­go­ing work­flow. The max­i­mum drive rate of five frames per sec­ond is also the slow­est of any cur­rent Nikon FX cam­era.

There’s cer­tainly no lack of speed from the D4s, which takes even the fastest ac­tion sports and wildlife in its stride. The cam­era’s cre­den­tials for por­trai­ture are also boosted by its built-in ver­ti­cal grip and, money no ob­ject, it’s sim­ply the best Nikon D-SLR of all time. The rel­a­tively small

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